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July’s Distractions and Coming Out the Other Side — CEO Candi

Distractions is definitely the theme of July. There were WAY too many meetings and events throughout this month. It felt very unproductive at times. Work felt especially imbalanced between meeting time and working time. via July’s Distractions and Coming Out the Other Side — CEO Candi Your kindly Donations would be so effective in order to … Continue reading July’s Distractions and Coming Out the Other Side — CEO Candi

If You Want To Be A Great Mentor Do These 5 Things – Carrie Kerpen

While having a mentor can make a significant difference in your career, being one can also be a valuable experience—that comes with a lot of responsibility. A great mentor doesn’t just provide guidance and answers during career transitions or sticky situations; she also provides motivation and inspiration to help her mentee get to the next … Continue reading If You Want To Be A Great Mentor Do These 5 Things – Carrie Kerpen

How To Transform Learning with Google Tools – Miguel Guhlin

Teachers often struggle during professional development sessions, wondering how to make connections between how-to at the workshop and classroom learning. Diana Benner, Peggy Reimers, and I did some napkin PD planning and came up with a solution. Here’s a chance to get hands-on Google experience with six different project stations that offer the opportunity to … Continue reading How To Transform Learning with Google Tools – Miguel Guhlin

New Study Shows Correlation Between Employee Engagement And The Long-Lost Lunch Break – Alan Kohll

Many American employees strive to perform their best in the workplace. They work overtime, agree to take on extra projects and rarely take a step away from their desk. In reality, this “work hard” mentality isn’t effective – and it’s definitely unhealthy. Employees who believe that they must work 24/7 to achieve a good standing … Continue reading New Study Shows Correlation Between Employee Engagement And The Long-Lost Lunch Break – Alan Kohll

The 6 Worst Kinds of Late People (And The Message They’re Sending) – William Vanderbloemen

You know these people. The late people. They make you crazy. You may be one of these people. The truth is, I’ve been all of these people at one time or another. And all seven of these people make me crazy too. What people don’t realize is how the simple mistake of being late carries … Continue reading The 6 Worst Kinds of Late People (And The Message They’re Sending) – William Vanderbloemen

How Women Can Rebound From a Huge Work Mistake – Career Contessa

Made a mistake at work? Don’t freak. Follow this strategy to fix it. I still remember the first mistake I made in my professional career. I was a White House intern and I was asked to edit an Excel document filled with addresses for the president’s Christmas cards.psychology of There must have been thousands of … Continue reading How Women Can Rebound From a Huge Work Mistake – Career Contessa

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